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    Journal of Private International Law

    Journal of Private International Law


    2005, Vol.1                     2014, Vol.10

    2006, Vol.2                     2015, Vol.11

    2007, Vol.3                     2016, Vol.12

    2008, Vol.4

    2009, Vol.5

    2010, Vol.6

    2011, Vol.7

    2012, Vol.8

    2013, Vol.9

     

     

    Journal of Private International Law, 2005, Vol.1

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    PETER McELEAVY

    THE NEW CHILD ABDUCTION REGIME IN THE EUROPEAN UNION: SYMBIOTIC RELATIONSHIP OR FORCED PARTNERSHIP?

    No.1, April

    pp. 5-34

    ANDREW LU

    IGNORED NO MORE: RENVOI AND INTERNATIONAL TORTS LITIGATED IN AUSTRALIA

    No.1, April

    pp. 35-68

    GEORGE PANAGOPOULOS

    SUBSTANCE AND PROCEDURE IN PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW

    No.1, April

    pp. 69-92

    CHRISTOPHER FORSYTH

    THE ECLIPSE OF PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW PRINCIPLE? THE JUDICIAL PROCESS, INTERPRETATION AND THE DOMINANCE OF LEGISLATION IN THE MODERN ERA

    No.1, April

    pp. 93-114

    ILONA NURMELA

    SANCTITY OF DISPUTE RESOLUTION CLAUSES: STRATEGIC COHERENCE OF THE BRUSSELS SYSTEM

    No.1, April

    pp. 115-150

    JENS ADOLPHSEN

    THE CONFLICT OF LAWS IN CARTEL MATTERS IN A GLOBALISED WORLD: ALTERNATIVES TO THE EFFECTS DOCTRINE

    No.1, April

    pp. 151-184

    LORD MANCE

    THE FUTURE OF PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW

    No.2, October

    pp. 185-195

    ANDREW DICKINSON

    EUROPEAN PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW: EMBRACING NEW HORIZONS OR MOURNING THE PAST?

    No.2, October

    pp. 197-236

    ZHENG TANG

    EXCLUSIVE CHOICE OF FORUM CLAUSES AND CONSUMER CONTRACTS IN E- COMMERCE

    No.2, October

    pp. 237-268

    MIKHAIL. R. BADYKOV

    THE RUSSIAN CIVIL CODE AND THE ROME CONVENTION: APPLICABLE LAW IN THE ABSENCE OF CHOICE BY THE PARTIES

    No.2, October

    pp. 269-290

    EBENEZER O. I. ADODO

    ENFORCEMENT OF FOREIGN GAMBLING DEBTS: MAPPING THE WORTH OF THE PUBLIC POLICY DEFENCE

    No.2, October

    pp. 291-322

    JANEEN M. CARRUTHERS

    DAMAGES IN THE CONFLICT OF LAWS- THE SUBSTANCE AND PROCEDURE SPECTRUM: HARDING v WEALANDS

    No.2, October

    pp. 323-334

    CHRISTOPHER FORSYTH

    THE DOMICILE OF THE ILLEGAL RESIDENT

    No.2, October

    pp. 335-344

    Journal of Private International Law, 2006, Vol.2

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    REID MORTENSEN

    "TROUBLESOME AND OBSCURE": THE RENEWAL OF RENVOI IN AUSTRALIA

    No.1, April

    pp. 1-26

    ADELINE CHONG

    THE PUBLIC POLICY AND MANDATORY RULES OF THIRD COUNTRIES IN INTERNATIONAL CONTRACTS

    No.1, April

    pp. 27-70

    BARRY J. RODGER

    FORUM NON CONVENIENS POST- OWUSU

    No.1, April

    pp. 71-98

    VERONIKA GAERTNER

    EUROPEAN CHOICE OF LAW RULES IN DIVORCE (ROME III): AN EXAMINATION OF THE POSSIBLE CONNECTING FACTORS IN DIVORCE MATTERS AGAINST THE BACKGROUND OF PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW DEVELOPMENTS

    No.1, April

    pp. 99-136

    KENNETH McK. NORRIE

    RECOGNITION OF FOREIGN RELATIONSHIPS UNDER THE CIVIL PARTNERSHIP ACT 2004

    No.1, April

    pp. 137-168

    CHRISTOPHER FORSYTH

    "MIND THE GAP": A PRACTICAL EXAMPLE OF THE CHARACTERISATION OF PRESCRIPTION/LIMITATION RULES

    No.1, April

    pp. 169-180

    KIRSTY J. HOOD

    DRAWING INSPIRATION? RECONSIDERING THE PROCEDURAL TREATMENT OF FOREIGN LAW

    No.1, April

    pp. 181-194

    RALF MICHAELS

    EU LAW AS PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW? RECONCEPTUALISING THE COUNTRY- OF- ORIGIN PRINCIPLE AS VESTED- RIGHTS THEORY

    No.2, October

    pp. 195-242

    ANDREA SCHULZ

    THE HAGUE CONVENTION OF 30 JUNE 2005 ON CHOICE OF COURT AGREEMENTS

    No.2, October

    pp. 243-269

     

    CONFERENCE DE LA HAYE DE DROIT INTERNATIONAL PRIVE HAGUE CONFERENCE ON PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW

    No.2, October

    pp. 270-286

    STEPHEN B. BURBANK

    FEDERALISM AND PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW: IMPLEMENTING THE HAGUE CHOICE OF COURT CONVENTION IN THE UNITED STATES

    No.2, October

    pp. 287-309

    KOJI TAKAHASHI

    A MAJOR REFORM OF JAPANESE PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW

    No.2, October

    pp. 311-338

    STEPHEN G. A. PITEL, ANDREW VALENTINE

    THE EVOLUTION OF THE EXTRA- TERRITORIAL MAREVA INJUNCTION IN CANADA: THREE ISSUES

    No.2, October

    pp. 339-396

    NICHOLAS PENGELLEY

    THE EUROPEAN COURT OF JUSTICE, ENGLISH COURTS AND THE CONTINUED USE OF THE ANTI- SUIT INJUNCTION IN SUPPORT OF AGREEMENTS TO ARBITRATE: THROUGH TRANSPORT v NEW INDIA

    No.2, October

    pp. 397-408

    LOUISE MERRETT

    THE SCOPE OF THE CONFLICT OF LAWS PROVISIONS IN THE EUROPEAN INSURANCE DIRECTIVES

    No.2, October

    pp. 409-423

    CHRISTOPHER FORSYTH

    "MIND THE GAP PART II": THE SOUTH AFRICAN SUPREME COURT OF APPEAL AND CHARACTERISATION

    No.2, October

    pp. 425-432

    Journal of Private International Law, 2007, Vol.3

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    VAUGHAN BLACK

    CANADA AND THE US CONTEMPLATE CHANGES TO FOREIGN- JUDGMENT ENFORCEMENT

    No.1, April

    pp. 1-28

    OLE LANDO, PETER ARNT NIELSEN

    THE ROME I PROPOSAL

    No.1, April

    pp. 29-51

    ANDREW DICKINSON

    THIRD- COUNTRY MANDATORY RULES IN THE LAW APPLICABLE TO CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS: SO LONG, FAREWELL, AUF WIEDERSEHEN, ADIEU?

    No.1, April

    pp. 53-88

    LORNA E. GILLIES

    CHOICE- OF- LAW RULES FOR ELECTRONIC CONSUMER CONTRACTS: REPLACEMENT OF THE ROME CONVENTION BY THE ROME I REGULATION

    No.1, April

    pp. 89-112

    ZHENG TANG

    PARTIES' CHOICE OF LAW IN E- CONSUMER CONTRACTS

    No.1, April

    pp. 113-136

    MARTIN P. GEORGE

    CHOICE OF LAW IN MARITIME TORTS

    No.1, April

    pp. 137-172

    BEN JURATOWITCH

    THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND ENGLISH PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW

    No.1, April

    pp. 173-200

    KISCH BEEVERS, JAVIER PEREZ MILLA

    CHILD ABDUCTION: CONVENTION "RIGHTS OF CUSTODY"- WHO DECIDES? AN ANGLO- SPANISH PERSPECTIVE

    No.1, April

    pp. 201-227

    STEPHEN G.A. PITEL

    ENFORCEMENT OF FOREIGN NON- MONETARY JUDGMENTS IN CANADA (AND BEYOND)

    No.2, October

    pp. 241-260

    RUTH LAMONT

    HABITUAL RESIDENCE AND BRUSSELS IIbis: DEVELOPING CONCEPTS FOR EUROPEAN PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL FAMILY LAW

    No.2, October

    pp. 261-281

    WEIDONG ZHU

    CHINA'S CODIFICATION OF THE CONFLICT OF LAWS: PUBLICATION OF A DRAFT TEXT

    No.2, October

    pp. 283-308

    ANDREW SCOTT

    EXCLUSIONARY PRINCIPLES AND THE JUDGMENTS REGULATION

    No.2, October

    pp. 309-320

    RICHARD FRIMPONG OPPONG

    MERE PRESENCE AND INTERNATIONAL COMPETENCE IN PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW

    No.2, October

    pp. 321-332

    DONNA McKENZIE SKENE

    CHASING THE DREAM: THE QUEST FOR SOLUTIONS TO INTERNATIONAL INSOLVENCIES

    No.2, October

    pp. 333-354

    MARY KEYES

    ORDER, ILLUMINATION AND INFLUENCE: DICEY, MORRIS & COLLINS ON THE CONFLICT OF LAWS, FOURTEENTH EDITION

    No.2, October

    pp. 355-371

    Journal of Private International Law, 2008, Vol.4

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    MARY KEYES

    STATUTES, CHOICE OF LAW, AND THE ROLE OF FORUM CHOICE

    No.1, April

    pp. 1-33

    ZHENG TANG

    THE INTERRELATIONSHIP OF EUROPEAN JURISDICTION AND CHOICE OF LAW IN CONTRACT

    No.1, April

    pp. 35-59

    CHARLES T. KOTUBY

    PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW BEFORE THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT: RECENT TERMS IN REVIEW

    No.1, April

    pp. 61-81

    MONIKA PAUKNEROVA

    PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC: TRADITION, NEW EXPERIENCE AND PROHIBITION OF DISCRIMINATION ON GROUNDS OF NATIONALITY

    No.1, April

    pp. 83-105

    NADIA CERASELA DARIESCU, COSMIN DARIESCU

    THE DIFFICULTIES IN SOLVING LITIGATION CONCERNING THE PATRIMONIAL EFFECTS OF A MARRIAGE BETWEEN AN ITALIAN CITIZEN AND A ROMANIAN CITIZEN

    No.1, April

    pp. 107-119

    RALF MICHAELS

    PUBLIC AND PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW: GERMAN VIEWS ON GLOBAL ISSUES

    No.1, April

    pp. 121-138

    ANDREAS BUCHER

    THE NEW SWISS FEDERAL ACT ON INTERNATIONAL CHILD ABDUCTION

    No.2, August

    pp. 139-165

    JAN L. NEELS

    FALCONBRIDGE IN AFRICA

    No.2, August

    pp. 167-200

    ALEX MILLS

    THE DIMENSIONS OF PUBLIC POLICY IN PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW

    No.2, August

    pp. 201-236

    TIM W DORNIS

    CONTRIBUTION AND INDEMNIFICATION AMONG JOINT TORTEASORS IN MULTI- STATE CONFLICT CASES: A STUDY OF DOCTRINE AND THE CURRENT LAW IN THE US AND UNDER THE ROME II REGULATION

    No.2, August

    pp. 237-277

    ANTHONY GRAY

    LOSS DISTRIBUTION ISSUES IN MULTINATIONAL TORT CLAIMS: GIVING SUBSTANCE TO SUBSTANCE

    No.2, August

    pp. 279-309

    RICHARD FRIMPONG OPPONG

    ROMAN- DUTCH LAW MEETS THE COMMON LAW ON JURISDICTION IN INTERNATIONAL MATTERS

    No.2, August

    pp. 311-327

    OMPHEMETSE SIBANDA

    JURISDICTIONAL ARREST OF A FOREIGN PEREGRINUS NOW UNCONSTITUTIONAL IN SOUTH AFRICA: BID INDUSTRIAL HOLDINGS v STRANG

    No.2, August

    pp. 329-346

    Jonathan Harris

    Understanding the English Response to the Europeanisation of Private International Law

    No.3, December

    pp. 347-395

    Paul L.C. Torremans

    Licences and Assignments of Intellectual Property Rights Under the Rome I Regulation

    No.3, December

    pp. 397-420

    C.M.V. Clarkson

    Matrimonial Property on Divorce: All Change in Europe

    No.3, December

    pp. 421-442

    Peter Ripley

    A Defence of the Established Approach to the Grave Risk Exception in the Hague Child Abduction Convention

    No.3, December

    pp. 443-477

    Ngoc Bich Du

    Cross- Border Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in Vietnam

    No.3, December

    pp. 479-500

    Journal of Private International Law, 2009, Vol.5

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    Michael M. Karayanni

    Choice of Law Under Occupation: How Israeli Law Came to Serve Palestinian Plaintiffs

    No.1, April

    pp. 1-48

    Louise Merrett

    Choice of Law in Insurance Contracts Under The Rome I Regulation

    No.1, April

    pp. 49-67

    Rob Merkin

    The Rome I Regulation and Reinsurance

    No.1, April

    pp. 69-84

    Francisco J. Garcimartin Alferez

    The Rome I Regulation: Exceptions to the Rule on Consumer Contracts and Financial Instruments

    No.1, April

    pp. 85-103

    Nicholas Pengelley

    Alberta Says Nyet! Limitation Act Declares Russian Arbitral Award Doa: Supreme Court to Give Kiss of Life? Yugraneft Corporation v Rexx Management Corporation

    No.1, April

    pp. 105-124

    Richard Garnett

    The Hague Choice of Court Convention: Magnum Opus or Much Ado About Nothing?

    No.1, April

    pp. 161-180

    Mary Keyes

    Jurisdiction Under the Hague Choice of Courts Convention: Its Likely Impact on Australian Practice

    No.2, August

    pp. 181-211

    Reid Mortensen

    The Hague and the Ditch: The Trans- Tasman Judicial Area and the Choice of Court Convention

    No.2, August

    pp. 213-242

    Guangjian Tu

    Finding a Proper Nexus for Constructing Specific (Special) Jurisdiction Regarding Commercial Contract and Tort Cases: A Comparative Study of the US and European Approaches

    No.2, August

    pp. 243-279

    Oliver L. Knofel

    Judicial Assistance in the Taking of Evidence Abroad in Aid of Arbitration: A German Perspective

    No.2, August

    pp. 281-309

    Elena Rodriguez Pineau

    Conflict of Laws Comes to the Rescue of Competition Law: The New Rome II Regulation

    No.2, August

    pp. 311-336

    Jonathan Fitchen

    Choice of Law in International Claims Based on Restrictions of Competition: Article 6 (3) of the Rome II Regulation

    No.2, August

    pp. 337-370

    Ruth Lamont

    Evaluating European Values: The EU's Approach to European Private International Law

    No.2, August

    pp. 371-381

    Symeon C. Symeonides

    A New Conflicts Restatement: Why Not?

    No.3, December

    pp. 383-424

    Ardavan Arzandeh, Jonathan Hill

    Ascertaining the Proper Law of an Arbitration Clause under English Law

    No.3, December

    pp. 425-445

    Michael Hellner

    Third Country Overriding Mandatory Rules in the Rome I Regulation: Old Wine in New Bottles?

    No.3, December

    pp. 447-470

    Richard Garnett, Megan Richardson

    Libel Tourism or Just Redress? Reconciling the (English) Right to Reputation with the (American) Right to Free Speech in Cross- border Libel Cases

    No.3, December

    pp. 471-490

    Craig Forrest

    The Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements: The Maritime Exceptions

    No.3, December

    pp. 491-516

    Dan Jerker B. Svantesson

    The Choice of Courts Convention: How Will it Work in Relation to the Internet and E- Commerce?

    No.3, December

    pp. 517-535

    Petr Briza

    Choice- of- Court Agreements: Could the Hague Choice of Court Agreements Convention and the Reform of the Brussels I Regulation Be the Way Out of the Gasser- Owusu Disillusion?

    No.3, December

    pp. 537-563

    Journal of Private International Law, 2010, Vol.6

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    Hendrik L.E. Verhagen, Sanne van Dongen

    Cross- Border Assignments under Rome I

    No.1, April

    pp. 1-21

    Maria Mercedes Albornoz

    Choice of Law in International Contracts in Latin American Legal Systems

    No.1, April

    pp. 23-58

    Giesela Ruhl

    The Problem of International Transactions: Conflict of Laws Revisited

    No.1, April

    pp. 59-91

    Csongor Istvan Nagy

    The Rome II Regulation and Traffic Accidents: Uniform Conflict Rules with Some Room for Forum Shopping- How So?

    No.1, April

    pp. 93-108

    Jie Huang

    Interregional Recognition and Enforcement of Civil and Commercial Judgments: Lessons for China from US and EU Laws

    No.1, April

    pp. 109-154

    Toni Marzal Yetano

    The Constitutionalisation of Party Autonomy in European Family Law

    No.1, April

    pp. 155-193

    David Alexander Hughes

    The Insolubility of Renvoi and its Consequences

    No.1, April

    pp. 195-224

    Paul Beaumont, Emma Johnston

    Can Exequatur be Abolished in Brussels I Whilst Retaining a Public Policy Defence?

    No.2, August

    pp. 249-279

    Patrizio Santomauro

    Sense and Sensibility: Reviewing West Tankers and Dealing with its Implications in the Wake of the Reform of EC Regulation 44/ 2001

    No.2, August

    pp. 281-325

    Irit Mevorach

    Jurisdiction in Insolvency: A Study of European Courts' Decisions

    No.2, August

    pp. 327-357

    Mihail Danov

    The Brussels I Regulation: Cross- Border Collective Redress Proceedings and Judgments

    No.2, August

    pp. 359-393

    Stefania Bariatti

    The Law Applicable to Security Interests in Intellectual Property Rights

    No.2, August

    pp. 395-416

    Lisa Spagnolo

    Green Eggs and Ham: The CISG, Path Dependence, and the Behavioural Economics of Lawyers' Choices of Law in International Sales Contracts

    No.2, August

    pp. 417-464

    Lutz-Christian Wolff

    Hong Kong's Conflict of Contract Laws: Quo Vadis?

    No.2, August

    pp. 465-498

    Thalia Kruger

    Civil Jurisdiction and the Issue of Legislating for the EU

    No.2, August

    pp. 499-516

    Andrew Dickinson

    Provisional Measures in the "Brussels I" Review: Disturbing the Status Quo?

    No.3, December

    pp. 519-564

    Jonas Steinle, Evan Vasiliades

    The Enforcement of Jurisdiction Agreements Under the Brussels I Regulation: Reconsidering the Principle of Party Autonomy

    No.3, December

    pp. 565-587

    Justin Borg-Barthet

    A New Approach to the Governing Law of Companies in the Eu: A Legislative Proposal

    No.3, December

    pp. 589-621

    Abdel-Moneem Zamzam

    Bankruptcy Jurisdiction and Enforcement of Foreign Bankruptcy Judgments in Egypt

    No.3, December

    pp. 623-635

    Christopher Forsyth

    Certainty Versus Uniformity: Renvoi in the Context of Movable Property

    No.3, December

    pp. 637-647

    Lara Walker

    The Impact of the Hague Abduction Convention on the Rights of the Family In the Case- law of the European Court of Human Rights and the UN Human Rights Committee: The Danger of Neulinger

    No.3, December

    pp. 649-682

    Journal of Private International Law, 2011, Vol.7

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    S.I. Strong

    Jurisdictional Discovery in Transnational Litigation: Extraterritorial Effects of United States Federal Practice

    No.1, April

    pp. 1-31

    Jonathan Fitchen

    Authentic Instruments and European Private International Law in Civil and Commercial Matters: Is Now the Time to Break New Ground?

    No.1, April

    pp. 33-100

    Zheng Sophia Tang

    Consumer Collective Redress in European Private International Law

    No.1, April

    pp. 101-147

    Burcu Yuksel

    The Relevance of the Rome I Regulation to International Commercial Arbitration in The European Union

    No.1, April

    pp. 149-178

    Guangjian Tu, Muchi Xu

    Contractual Conflicts in the People's Republic of China: The Applicable Law in the Absence Of Choice

    No.1, April

    pp. 179-202

    Maebh Harding

    The Harmonisation of Private International Law in Europe: Taking the Character Out of Family Law?

    No.1, April

    pp. 203-229

    Lara Walker, Paul Beaumont

    Shifting the Balance Achieved by the Abduction Convention: The Contrasting Approaches of the European Court of Human Rights and the European Court of Justice

    No.2, August

    pp. 231-249

    Stephen G.A. Pitel

    The Canadian Codification of Forum Non Conveniens

    No.2, August

    pp. 251-271

    Gbenga Bamodu

    In Personam Jurisdiction: An Overlooked Concept in Recent Nigerian Jurisprudence

    No.2, August

    pp. 273-295

    Simon Patrick Camilleri

    Article 23: Formal Validity, Material Validity or Both?

    No.2, August

    pp. 297-320

    Ugljesa Grusic

    Jurisdiction in Complex Contracts under the Brussels I Regulation

    No.2, August

    pp. 321-340

    Chi Manjiao

    "The Iceberg Beneath the Water": The Hidden Discrimination against the Lex Mercatoria in Chinese Arbitration

    No.2, August

    pp. 341-359

    Elsabe Schoeman

    Third (Anglo- Common Law) Countries and Rome II: Dilemma or Deliverance?

    No.2, August

    pp. 361-392

    Marcin Czepelak

    Concurrent Causes of Action in the Rome I And II Regulations

    No.2, August

    pp. 393-410

    Therese Wilson

    Promoting Uniformity: A Comparative Review of J Honnold and H Flechtner, Uniform Law For International Sales under the 1980 United Nations Convention and P Schlechtriem and I Schwenzer, Commentary on the UN Convention on the International Sale of Goods

    No.2, August

    pp. 411-422

    Luca G. Radicati di Brozolo

    Arbitration and the Draft Revised Brussels I Regulation: Seeds of Home Country Control and of Harmonisation?

    No.3, December

    pp. 423-460

    Jerca Kramberger Skerl

    European Public Policy (With an Emphasis on ExequaturProceedings)

    No.3, December

    pp. 461-490

    Jose Antonio Moreno Rodriguez, Maria Mercedes Albornoz

    Reflections on the Mexico Convention in the Context of the Preparation of the Future Hague Instrument on International Contracts

    No.3, December

    pp. 491-526

    Matthias Lehmann

    Where Does Economic Loss Occur?

    No.3, December

    pp. 527-550

    Carmen Otero Garcia-Castrillon

    International Litigation Trends in Environmental Liability: A European Union- united States Comparative Perspective

    No.3, December

    pp. 551-581

    Sophie Neumann

    Intellectual Property Rights Infringements in European Private International Law: Meeting the Requirements of Territoriality and Private International Law

    No.3, December

    pp. 583-600

    Thalia Kruger, Jinske Verhellen

    Dual Nationality= Double Trouble?

    No.3, December

    pp. 601-626

    Katarina Trimmings, Paul Beaumont

    International Surrogacy Arrangements: An Urgent Need for Legal Regulation at the International Level

    No.3, December

    pp. 627-647

    Sirko Harder

    Convergence and Divergence in Private International Law

    No.3, December

    pp. 649-663

    Journal of Private International Law, 2012, Vol.8

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    Koji Takahashi

    Review of the Brussels I Regulation: A Comment from the Perspectives of Non- Member States (Third States)

    No.1, April

    pp. 1-15

    Paola Mariani

    Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments in Carriage of Goods by Road Matters in the European Union

    No.1, April

    pp. 16-33

    Christopher Bisping

    Avoid the Statutist Trap: The International Scope of the Consumer Credit Act 1974

    No.1, April

    pp. 35-62

    Susanne L. Goessl

    Preliminary Questions in EU Private International Law

    No.1, April

    pp. 63-76

    Jieying Liang

    Statutory Restrictions on Party Autonomy in China's Private International Law of Contract: How Far Does the 2010 Codification Go?

    No.1, April

    pp. 77-112

    Elena Rodriguez Pineau

    The Law Applicable to Intra- Family Torts

    No.1, April

    pp. 113-134

    Pilar Jimenez Blanco

    Unmarried Fathers and Child Abduction in European Union Law

    No.1, April

    pp. 135-157

    Jonathan Hill

    The Significance of Foreign Judgments Relating to an Arbitral Award in the Context of an Application to Enforce the Award in England

    No.2, August

    pp. 159-193

    Beligh Elbalti

    The Jurisdiction of Foreign Courts and the Enforcement of their Judgments in Tunisia: A Need for Reconsideration

    No.2, August

    pp. 195-224

    Jan-Jaap Kuipers

    Schemes of Arrangement and Voluntary Collective Redress: A Gap in the Brussels I Regulation

    No.2, August

    pp. 225-249

    Csongor Istvan Nagy

    The Word is a Dangerous Weapon: Jurisdiction, Applicable Law and Personality Rights in EU Law- Missed and New Opportunities

    No.2, August

    pp. 251-296

    Jenny Papettas

    Direct Actions Against Insurers of Intra- community Cross- Border Traffic Accidents: Rome II and the Motor Insurance Directives

    No.2, August

    pp. 297-321

    Jonathan Fitchen

    "Recognition", Acceptance and Enforcement of Authentic Instruments in the Succession Regulation

    No.2, August

    pp. 323-358

    Justin Borg-Barthet

    The Principled Imperative to Recognise Same- Sex Unions in the EU

    No.2, August

    pp. 359-388

    Peter De Verneuil Smith, Ben Lasserson, Ross Rymkiewicz

    Reflections on Owusu: The Radical Decision in Ferrexpo

    No.2, August

    pp. 389-405

    Vaughan Black

    Simplifying Court Jurisdiction in Canada

    No.3, December

    pp. 411-440

    Maud Piers, Johan Erauw

    Application of the Unidroit Principles of International Commercial Contracts in Arbitration

    No.3, December

    pp. 441-472

    Dan Jerker B. Svantesson

    Time for the Law to Take Internet Geolocation Technologies Seriously

    No.3, December

    pp. 473-487

    Lorna Gillies

    Creation of Subsidiary Jurisdiction Rules in the Recast of Brussels I: Back to the Drawing Board?

    No.3, December

    pp. 489-512

    Chukwuma Samuel Adesina Okoli, Gabriel Omoshemime Arishe

    The Operation of the Escape Clauses in the Rome Convention, Rome I Regulation and Rome II Regulation

    No.3, December

    pp. 513-545

    Jennifer Paton

    The Correct Approach to the Examination of the Best Interests of the Child in Abduction Convention Proceedings Following the Decision of the Supreme Court in Re E (Children) (Abduction: Custody Appeal)

    No.3, December

    pp. 547-576

    Journal of Private International Law, 2013, Vol.9

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    Reid Mortensen

    Woodhouse Reprised: Accident Compensation and Trans-Tasman Integration

    No.1, April

    pp. 1- 38

    Samuel Zogg

    Accumulation of Contractual and Tortious Causes of Action under the Judgments Regulation

    No.1, April

    pp. 39- 76

    Rita Matulionyte

    Calling for Party Autonomy in Intellectual Property Infringement Cases

    No.1, April

    pp. 77- 99

    Jose M Velasco Retamosa

    International Protection of United Nations System Emblems: Private International Law Issues

    No.1, April

    pp. 101- 128

    Laurens JE Timmer

    Abolition of Exequatur under the Brussels I Regulation: Ill Conceived and Premature?

    No.1, April

    pp. 129-147

    Martina Melcher

    (Mutual) Recognition of Registered Relationships via EU Private International Law

    No.1, April

    pp. 149-170

    Fabricio Bertini Pasquot Polido

    How Far Can Private International Law Interact with Intellectual Property Rights? A Dialogue with Benedetta Ubertazzi's book Exclusive Jurisdiction in Intellectual Property

    No.1, April

    pp. 171- 189

    Sixto A Sanchez-Lorenzo

    Common European Sales Law and Private International Law: Some Critical Remarks

    No.2, August

    pp. 191- 217

    Gregor Christandl

    Multi-Unit States in European Union Private International Law

    No.2, August

    pp. 219- 244

    Tena Ratkovic, Dora Zgrabljicrotar

    Choice-of-Court Agreements under the Brussels I Regulation (Recast)

    No.2, August

    pp. 245- 268

    PETER ARNT NIELSEN

    Libel Tourism: English and EU Private International Law

    No.2, August

    pp. 269- 288

    Stephen GA Pitel, Jesse R Harper

    Choice of Law for Tort in Canada: Reasons for Change

    No.2, August

    pp. 289- 308

    HENNING GROSSE RUSE-KHAN

    A Conflict-of-Laws Approach to Competing Rationalities in International Law: The Case of Plain Packaging Between Intellectual Property, Trade, Investment and Health

    No.2, August

    pp. 309- 348

    Genevieve Saumier

    Statutory Jurisdiction: An Analysis of the Court Jurisdiction and Proceedings Transfer Act

    No.2, August

    pp. 349- 356

    Ilias Bantekas

    European Commentaries on Private International Law: Brussels Iibis Regulation

    No.2, August

    pp. 357- 359

    Richard Garnett

    Coexisting and Conflicting Jurisdiction and Arbitration Clauses

    No.3

    pp. 361-386

    Sharon Shakargy

    Marriage by the State or Married to the State? On Choice of Law in Marriage and Divorce

    No.3

    pp. 499-533

    PIPPA ROGERSON

    PROBLEMS OF THE APPLICABLE LAW OF THE CONTRACT IN THE ENGLISH COMMON LAW JURISDICTION RULES: THE GOOD ARGUABLE CASE

    No.3

    pp. 387-411

    UgljesA GrusIc

    The Right to Strike versus Fundamental Economic Freedoms in the English Courts, Again: Hiding Behind The "Public Law Taboo" in Private International Law

    No.3

    pp. 413-430

    Verity Winship

    Personal Jurisdiction and Corporate Groups: Daimlerchrysler AG v Bauman

    No.3

    pp. 431-448

    Chukwuma Samuel Adesina Okoli

    The Significance of the Doctrine of Accessory Allocation as A Connecting Factor under Article 4 of The Rome I Regulation

    No.3

    pp. 449-497

     

    Journal of Private International Law, 2014, Vol.10

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    G McCormack

    Reforming The European Insolvency Regulation: A Legal And Policy Perspective

    No.1

    pp. 41-67

    Tuula Linna

    Actio Pauliana- "Actio Europensis"? Some Cross- Border Insolvency Issues

    No.1

    pp. 69-87

    Ardavan Arzandeh

    Should the Spiliada Test Be Revised?

    No.1

    pp. 89-112

    Louise Hauberg Wilhelmsen

    European Perspectives on International Commercial Arbitration

    No.1

    pp. 113-128

    Adewale A. Olawoyin

    Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in Nigeria: Statutory Dualism and Disharmony of Laws

    No.1

    pp. 129-156

    Claire Fenton-Glynn

    Review Article: Human Rights and Private International Law: Regulating International Surrogacy

    No.1

    pp. 157-169

    Ben Chen

    Historical Foundations of Choice of Law in Fiduciary Obligations

    No.2

    pp. 171-203

    Monika Pauknerova, Magdalena Pfeiffer

    The New Act on Private International Law in the Czech Republic: Starting Points and Perspectives Within the European Union

    No.2

    pp. 205-226

    King Fung Tsang

    Applicable Law in Piercing the Corporate Veil in the United States: A Choice With no Choice

    No.2

    pp. 227-264

    Katarzyna Reszczyk-Krol

    Law Applicable to Voluntary Representation in Some European Legal Systems

    No.2

    pp. 265-289

    Monica Herranz Ballesteros

    The Regime of Party Autonomy in the Brussels I Recast: the Solutions Adopted for Agreements on Jurisdiction

    No.2

    pp. 291-308

    Marco Raiteri

    Citizenship as a Connecting Factor in Private International Law for Family Matters

    No.2

    pp. 309-334

    Giesela Ruhl

    The Protection of Weaker Parties in the Private International Law of the European Union: A Portrait of Inconsistency and Conceptual Truancy

    No.3

    pp. 335-358

    Mihail Danov, Florian Becker

    Governance Aspects of Cross- Border Eu Competition Actions: Theoretical and Practical Challenges

    No.3

    pp. 359-401

    Elisa Torralba-Mendiola, Elena Rodriguez-Pineau

    Two'S Company, Three'S a Crowd: Jurisdiction, Recognition and Res Judicata in the European Union

    No.3

    pp. 403-430

    Lutz-Christian Wolff

    Flexible Choice- of- Law Rules: Panacea or Oxymoron?

    No.3

    pp. 431-459

    Lena-Maria Moller

    No Fear of TalAQ: A Reconsideration of Muslim Divorce Laws in Light of the Rome iii Regulation

    No.3

    pp. 461-487

    Markus Petsche

    The Application of Transnational Law (Lex Mercatoria) by Domestic Courts

    No.3

    pp. 489-515

    Chukwuma Samuel Adesina Okoli

    Review Article Sowing the Seeds of a Future African Union Private International law: A Review of Private International law in Commonwealth Africa

    No.3

    pp. 517-533

     

    Journal of Private International Law, 2015, Vol.11

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Paul Beaumont, Lara Walker

    Recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters in the Brussels I Recast and some lessons from it and the recent Hague Conventions for the Hague Judgments Project

    No.1

    pp. 31-63

    Matthias Weller

    Mutual trust: in search of the future of European Union private international law

    No.1

    pp. 64-102

    Koji Takahashi

    The jurisdiction of Japanese courts in a comparative context

    No.1

    pp. 103-127

    Felix M Wilke

    The impact of the Brussels I Recast on important "Brussels" case law

    No.1

    pp. 128-142

    Beatriz Anoveros Terradas

    Consumer Collective Redress under the Brussels I Regulation Recast in the Light of the Commission s Common Principles

    No.1

    pp. 143-162

    Patrick Ostendorf

    The exclusionary rule of English law and its proper characterisation in the conflict of laws- is it a rule of evidence or contract interpretation?

    No.1

    pp. 163-183

    Maria Hook

    The concept of modal choice of law rules

    No.2

    pp. 185-211

    Philippe Hovaguimian

    The enforcement of foreign judgments under Brussels I bis: false alarms and real concerns

    No.2

    pp. 212-251

    Georg Haibach

    Cloud computing and European Union private international law

    No.2

    pp. 252-266

    Chukwudi Paschal Ojiegbe

    From West Tankers to Gazprom: anti- suit injunctions, arbitral anti- suit orders and the Brussels I Recast

    No.2

    pp. 267-294

    Lorna E. Gillies

    The contribution of jurisdiction as a technique of demand side regulation in claims for the recovery of cultural objects

    No.2

    pp. 295-316

    Leon Trakman

    Domicile of choice in English law: an Achilles heel?

    No.2

    pp. 317-343

    Mary Keyes, Brooke Adele Marshall

    Jurisdiction agreements: exclusive, optional and asymmetrical

    No.3

    pp. 345-378

    Quim Forner-Delaygua

    Changes to jurisdiction based on exclusive jurisdiction agreements under the Brussels I Regulation Recast

    No.3

    pp. 379-405

    Mukarrum Ahmed

    The enforcement of settlement and jurisdiction agreements and parallel proceedings in the European Union: The Alexandros T litigation in the English courts

    No.3

    pp. 406-443

    Rhona Schuz

    Lessons from choice of law in tort in Israel: the rise and fall of the "contacts" approach; the fortuitousness exception and rejection of the common habitual residence exception

    No.3

    pp. 444-504

    Pieter Wolters

    The influence of non- governing law on the interpretation of contracts in the United States

    No.3

    pp. 505-541

    Jan Oster

    Public policy and human rights

    No.3

    pp. 542-567

    Tuula Linna

    Actio pauliana and res judicata in EU insolvency proceedings

    No.3

    pp. 568-584

    Thomas Kadner Graziano

    Codifying European Union private international law: The Swiss Private International Law Act- a model for a comprehensive EU private international law regulation?

    No.3

    pp. 585-606

     

    Journal of Private International Law, 2016, Vol.12

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Vaughan Black, Stephen G. A. Pitel

    Forum- selection clauses: beyond the contracting parties

    No.1

    pp. 26-59

    Dan Jerker B. Svantesson

    Jurisdiction in 3D- "scope of (remedial) jurisdiction" as a third dimension of jurisdiction

    No.1

    pp. 60-76

    Mihail Danov

    Global competition law framework: A private international law solution needed

    No.1

    pp. 77-105

    Ali G. R. Auda

    A proposed solution to the problem of libel tourism

    No.1

    pp. 106-131

    Thalia Kruger, Liselot Samyn

    Brussels II bis: successes and suggested improvements

    No.1

    pp. 132-168

    Anatol Dutta

    Cross- border protection measures in the European Union

    No.1

    pp. 169-184

    Andrew Dickinson

    Back to the future: the UK s EU exit and the conflict of laws

    No.2

    pp. 195-210

    Paul Beaumont, Lara Walker, Jayne Holliday

    Conflicts of EU courts on child abduction: the reality of Article 11(6)- (8) Brussels IIa proceedings across the EU

    No.2

    pp. 211-260

    Susanne Lilian Goessl

    From question of fact to question of law to question of private international law: the question whether a person is male, female, or ?

    No.2

    pp. 261-280

    Jinske Verhellen

    Access to foreign law in practice: easier said than done

    No.2

    pp. 281-300

    Eirikur Elis Porlaksson

    Proof of foreign law before Icelandic courts: a change of course?

    No.2

    pp. 301-317

    Matthias Lehmann

    Prospectus liability and private international law- assessing the landscape after the CJEU s Kolassa ruling (Case C- 375/ 13)

    No.2

    pp. 318-343

    Thomas Schultz, Jason Mitchenson

    Navigating sovereignty and transnational commercial law: the use of comity by Australian courts

    No.2

    pp. 344-378

    Bjorn Laukemann

    Regulatory copy and paste: the allocation of assets in crossborder insolvencies- methodological perspectives from the Nortel decision

    No.2

    pp. 379-410

    Maisie Ooi

    The ramifications of fragmentation in the choice of law for shares

    No.2

    pp. 411-435

    Maria Mercedes Albornoz, Nuria Gonzalez Martin

    Towards the uniform application of party autonomy for choice of law in international commercial contracts

    No.3

    pp. 437-465

    Felix Maultzsch

    Party autonomy in European private international law: uniform principle or context- dependent instrument?

    No.3

    pp. 466-491

    Francois Michel Meier

    Unification of choice- of- law rules for defamation claims

    No.3

    pp. 492-520

    Ugljesa Grusic

    Recognition and enforcement of judgments in employment matters in EU private international law

    No.3

    pp. 521-544

    Fabrizio Marongiu Buonaiuti

    The EU Succession Regulation and third country courts

    No.3

    pp. 545-565

    Magdalena Pfeiffer

    Legal certainty and predictability in international succession law

    No.3

    pp. 566-586

    P. Sean Morris

    The modern transplantation of continental law in England: how English private international law embraces Europeanisation, 1972- 2014

    No.3

    pp. 587-607

     


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